Tickets for Building Community with BlogHer’s Jory Des Jardins

Hey Cincinnati Women Bloggers!

If you missed registration for tomorrow night’s CWB/Cincy Social Media event at Empower with Jory Des Jardin from BlogHer, never fear. CWB has 8 tickets available for members.

If you are interested in attending, email  The first eight women to respond will receive a ticket.


Job Opening – Digital Content Manager

momslikemeWe wanted to let you all know about a fabulous job opportunity that has come open. The Cincinnati Enquirer is looking for a Digital Content Manager.  The position includes managing the Enquirer’s extremely popular Moms Like Me site.

You can find all the details of the position on

Good luck!

Building Community with BlogHer’s Jory Des Jardins

Cincinnati Women Bloggers has partnered with Cincinnati Social Media for an event Thurs, Oct. 29th: Building Community with BlogHer’s Jory Des Jardins.  A limited number of tickets are available. Registration is open, here:

Next Meeting: Social Media and Politics

We’ve all talked about how much the last presidential race was affected by social media. But, have you spent much time discussing how politics and social media are intersecting in our area? Do you want to?

Join us on Saturday, Oct. 24 at 10 a.m. at the Cincinnati Public Library downtown (room 3A) for the next Cincinnati Women Bloggers meeting. It’s sure to be an interesting event, and we thought it would be timely with election day right around the corner. I’ll be adding additional information about our speakers soon. But, in the meantime, you can RSVP by commenting on this post. Hope to see you there!

Update: Meet Our Speakers

This week’s speakers will be Jane Prendergast of the Cincinnati Enquirer and Kathy Groob, who founded ElectWomen Magazine.

Jane Prendergast

Jane Prendergast

Jane Prendergast has what she thinks is the best job at The Enquirer – covering the city of Cincinnati, its neighborhoods, its people. But right now, she’s mostly busy with its $51 million budget deficit and its politics. She has the distinction of breaking this summer’s Twittergate scandal, in which one councilwoman tweeted during a council meeting that another “does not know when to shut up.” She has worked at The Enquirer 20 years. She contributes to the paper’s politics blog, Politics Extra,  and on twitter @janeprendergast

Kathy Groob is the founder and facilitator of ElectWomen Magazine, a national media magazine site dedicated to providing resources to elect women to public office. ElectWomen Magazine is the first, independent,

Kathy Groob

Kathy Groob

comprehensive magazine-style website that offers women running for office a place to obtain resources, links to training, workshops, books and advice, statistics and even the ability to blog or e-mail questions. Groob has assembled a distinguished panel of contributors who provide articles and responses to reader questions. Kathy Groob is a 30-year businesswoman and entrepreneur and has served as an elected city official and ran for the Kentucky Senate in 2008. Her Senate campaign inspired hundreds of women to become involved and she created a bi-partisan network of campaign volunteers and supporters. She serves as a political consultant, is a leader in women’s organizations throughout her region and has been a mentor and advocate for women in the workplace throughout her career.